A little bit of information on me (20/04/16)
Hey Everyone I’m Tom! I’m currently 19 years old and studying Games Computing at University. I created this blog to do reviews, game development and general discussion and now its got it’s own domain name things are really looking up. Despite doing games I actually had a massive interest in Art and especially History at A-Level and GCSE.
A few courses I almost did at University instead of games were Interior Design, Architecture, History and robotics and I almost ended up at De Montfort University instead of my current one. (Hey any readers from there!)
I currently run 3 gaming channels.
I’m originally from the Midlands in England and I am by far one of the whitest people you will ever meet, thanks Nintendo! I have several game projects running but they are usually background work for when I’m not busy developing Games and other work for University. I’m mainly English but I am partly West Indian though not a large amount.
If you want to hear anything else comment down below and I will reply and add it to the post for future readers. You’ve probably realised there’s no picture because I want to be reasonably anonymous, however if you were to go through every 19 year old British male with brown hair and brown eyes I would be one of them.
Anyway in the future I hope to give you an insight into exactly what’s going on in my life, whether it ends up in the form of a rant(probably) or just a story we’l have to see. Cya soon!
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